Items where Author is "Davies, David"

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    eHandbook: Administrators Guide
    Guide to complete administration of eHandbook (TikiWiki 4.2) as it is run within the School of Psychology.

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    WordPress MultiUser (WPMU)/Multisite development for eFolio
    Document detailing the development of the WordPress MultiUser (previously WPMU, now WP3.1.3 Multisite) environment as implemented by eFolio

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    Entire set of working mu-specific plugins for WP3.1.3
    Entire set of working mu-specific plugins to create a structured/secure/LDAP-authenticated WP-multisite environment in WP3.1.3

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    WPMU to Wp3.1.3 Plugin compatibility spreadsheet
    Assessment of Plugin compatibility through migration from WPMU 2.7.1 to WP3.1.3

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    eHandbook (TikiWiki) Handbook-Specific Search Module
    Custom coded module for TikiWiki v4.2, allowing keyword search by Category. Auto-populates categories as new ones are created.

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    eHandbook Guide for Editors
    Guide to basic editing of eHandbooks

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    eHandbook title logo source files
    Source files (Photoshop .psd) and full sized .png of the eHandbook title logo.

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    eHandbook cube logo source files
    The source files and full sized renders of the main eHandbook 'cube' (both Photoshop and .png format). Created by David Davies and Dr Matt Jones.

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    Wikipedia Theme for TikiWiki v4.x
    All files, stylesheets and templates to reproduce a 'Wikipedia' theme using TikiWiki CMS Groupware 4.x (and hopefully above), by DD

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    Wiki Software Comparison (eHandbook)
    Comparison of brand-leading 'Wiki' sofware packages with respect to implementation of Wiki-style electronic resource for handbooks.

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